|21 Feb. 2024
NATO Secretary General and Georgian Prime Minister discuss strengthening ties
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with Georgian Prime Minister Irakli Kobakhidze in Brussels on Wednesday (21 February 2024) to discuss further strengthening the Alliance’s long-standing partnership with Georgia.
|20 Feb. 2024
Chair of the NATO Military Committee attends the 53rd NATO Defense College Academic Advisory Board meeting
On 19th and 20th February 2024, the NATO Defense College Academic Advisory Board (AAB) convened its 53rd annual meeting in Rome, Italy. The AAB advises the Commandant on ways in which to improve the academic, research and outreach activities of the College, to enhance links with NATO HQ and Allied Command Transformation, and to ensure that the College’s outreach strategies align with those of the Alliance.
|20 Feb. 2024
Deputy Secretary General: NATO is strengthening its partnership with the space industry
Speaking at NATO’s first Space Reverse Industry Day on Tuesday (20 February 2024), Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană highlighted the importance of cooperation with commercial space industry to ensure Alliance security. “This is not a job for NATO alone. It is something we must do together,” he said.
|19 Feb. 2024
Secretary General meets NATO Parliamentary Assembly President, chairs annual meeting with parliamentarians
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with NATO Parliamentary Assembly (NPA) President Michal Szczerba at NATO Headquarters on Monday (19 February 2024) to discuss key issues on the European security agenda along with ways to maintain the strong cooperation between the two organisations.
|18 Feb. 2024
Secretary General wraps up Munich Security Conference stressing importance of NATO unity, support to Ukraine
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg wrapped up three days of talks at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday (18 February 2024), underlining that the world has become more dangerous but that NATO has become stronger.
|17 Feb. 2024
Secretary General in Munich: the world is more dangerous but NATO is stronger
There is no imminent military threat to NATO but the Alliance never takes peace for granted, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday (17 February 2024). "The world has become more dangerous, but NATO has become stronger," said Mr Stoltenberg, citing record increases in Allied defence spending and ammunition production. On Ukraine, Mr Stoltenberg welcomed that European NATO Allies and Canada are stepping up aid to Kyiv, and warned that there is a "vital and urgent need for the US to decide on a package for Ukraine".
|16 Feb. 2024
NATO Secretary General “saddened and concerned” by reports of Alexei Navalny’s death
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on Friday (16 February 2024) said he was "deeply saddened and concerned" by reports about the death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. "All the facts have to be established and Russia has serious questions to answer", Mr Stoltenberg said arriving at the Munich Security Conference. "We remain committed to support everyone that believes in democracy and freedom as Alexei Navalny has done for so many years."
|16 Feb. 2024
Secretary General: NATO-EU cooperation has reached unprecedented levels
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg underscored the importance of NATO-EU cooperation in response to Russia’s war against Ukraine on Friday (16 February 2024) arriving at an event hosted by Bavaria's Christian Social Union.
|16 Feb. 2024
NATO Deputy Secretary General, Prime Minister of North Macedonia discuss Western Balkan security, Ukraine support
Deputy Secretary General Mircea Geoană met with Prime Minister Talat Xhaferi of North Macedonia for talks at NATO Headquarters on Tuesday (13 February 2024). They discussed security in the Western Balkans, support to Ukraine and preparations for the NATO Summit in Washington.
|15 Feb. 2024
Defence ministers address strengthening NATO’s deterrence and defence, support to Ukraine
NATO Defence Ministers met on Thursday (15 February 2024) to address the Alliance’s deterrence and defence, as well as support to Ukraine.